Comic Book Picture Frame


Comic Book Picture Frame

Need an amazing gift for the superhero fan in your life? Want to create a custom DIY picture frame for your child’s bedroom? This Comic Book Picture Frame will save the day! With this tutorial, kids can learn how to decoupage and preserve old comic book pages in the most unexpected way. The Comic Book Picture Frame is easier to make than you think, so it's a great beginner craft for kids. Pick your child's favorite comic book hero and craft something together that they'll want to keep forever!

Comic Book Picture Frame


  • Comic books
  • Wood frame
  • Mod Podge or other decoupage medium
  • Paintbrush
  • Scissors
  • Pen or pencil


  1. Trace the frame onto the section of comic book that you want to use. Cut out those sections, trimming to fit the frame.

    Comic Book Picture Frame
  2. Apply a thin layer of decoupage to the back of the comic book pieces and to the frame to prep them. Allow them to dry for 5 minutes.

    Comic Book Picture Frame
  3. Position the comic book section onto the frame. Once it's in place, carefully lift one side and apply some Mod Podge to the center. Work your way from the center outward to help eliminate the possibility of air bubbles under the paper.

    Comic Book Picture Frame
  4. Press the comic book into the Mod Podge. Continue working outward, attaching the comic book to the frame with the Mod Podge.
  5. Allow to dry for 20 minutes.
  6. Apply a generous, but not dripping, layer of Mod Podge over the top of the comic book pieces as a sealer. Let dry for at least one hour before adding a photo to the frame.

    Comic Book Picture Frame

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